Description: Voice Over Artist Malcolm Rockhold came to U of I in the fall of 1969. He talks about his rough transition to campus culture, but credits Jeffrey Roberts and other Project 500 sophomores for helping him find his way. His interview provides insight on the importance of community and mentoring for black college freshmen at Predominantly White Institutions (PWI) in the historical and social context of a post – Martin Luther King Jr. assassination northern United States.
Undergraduate Major: Communications
Class of: 1973
Date of Interview: September 28, 2018
Interviewer: Bethany Anderson
Related Resources: David Eisenman Papers